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Your phone automatically updates to the correct time wherever you might be. Shouldn't your watch do the same? That's the premise behind the Casio Edifice Bluetooth Watch. Using a Bluetooth connection to your phone, it automatically updates itself four times a day, setting not only the main dial to the correct local time, but also the second time zone subdial, as well as the day and date. You can switch the time between the two using a single button, and also use the watch to track down your phone. Other features include a solar charging system that can use even fluorescent lights for power, 3D rounded indices and a 3D globe dial that shows the time in relation to the Earth's rotation, and a sturdy metal body that's water resistant to 100 meters.
Presented by Casio.
The Motorola Z Droid already has a good camera. But if you're relying on your phone to be your only camera, "good" isn't good enough. That's where the Hasselblad True Zoom Camera comes in. Taking full advantage of the Z's Moto Mods back connector, the True Zoom adds a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor that has bigger pixels for increased image quality and a 10x optical zoom. There's also an upgraded flash, a real shutter button and grip, and the ability to shoot in RAW, and since it's literally attached to your phone, it makes it super-easy to share your best shots.
Presented by Motorola.